The First Minister has defended her record against accusations of damaging cuts affecting schoolchildren with additional support needs.
The Conservatives have pushed the First Minister to rule out rises for taxpayers in next week’s Scottish Government budget.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended ScotRail after its punctuality record was questioned at Holyrood.
The Scottish Government has “quadrupled Tory austerity” for local government, the Scottish Labour leader has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has given a guarantee people across Scotland needing flu vaccinations will receive them without further delay after facing questions on waiting times for the vaccines.
The family of a father-of-three murdered by a criminal who was unlawfully at large have said they are “still in the dark” over why he was free to kill.
Scottish Labour has accused the government of being “cruel” by failing to support his party’s bid to shorten the time councils and government can chase people for debt.
Nicola Sturgeon faced calls for an public inquiry into the murder of a father-of-three by a criminal who was unlawfully at large.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said her thoughts are with workers at the closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory in Dundee as she pledged to leave “no stone unturned” in attempts to secure its future.
Nicola Sturgeon was pressed to commit to a timetable for funding emergency accommodation to prevent people in Scotland becoming destitute and sleeping on the streets.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has called on Nicola Sturgeon to apologise for breaking a promise to scrap student debt, now standing at £5 billion in Scotland.
The First Minister has given a formal apology on behalf of the Scottish Government to thousands of women across the country who suffered from mesh implants.
The appointment of a minister for food supplies by the UK Government shows how “catastrophic” the Brexit process has become, according to the First Minister.
The Scottish Conservatives have called for an independent inquiry to investigate allegations of a “bullying culture” at a health board.
Half a million elderly Scots could miss out on the recommended flu vaccine because the Scottish Government left it too late to order supplies, Ruth Davidson has claimed.
Scotland’s reputation as a world leader on climate change is being put at risk by Government support for North Sea oil and gas discoveries, the Scottish Green leader has said.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has pushed the First Minister to back tourist tax plans.
A government investigation should be held into a bacteria outbreak at a children’s hopsital after it caused treatment delays for child cancer patients, Scottish Labour has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has said fracking protesters should not be considered “domestic extremists” after police labelling them as such was raised at First Minister’s Questions.